"We aim to provide a “family friendly organising system” to help families sort their spare belongings into valuable possessions that will support the development of children, youth and families living in difficult circumstances"


A SHARE BOX IN EVERY HOME

We want to build a practice of putting things into the ShareBin when your family has made sufficient use of your goods. [Share your spare] with the rest of the world.

• When you visit a hotel over night, collect the items you do not use and send them for re-distribution

• When you visit McDonalds and receive a toy you do not want, do not throw it away

• When you receive unwanted gifts at Christmas, and on special occasions, keep them away as gifts for those with nothing

• When you are about to throw bric-a-brac in the bin, ask if it can be used by slum dwellers somewhere 


NO GIFT IS TOO SMALL EVERY BIT WILL BE RE-USED

  • Clothing (including shoes): Babies (0-2), Boys (3- 12), Girls (3-12), Youth (Male), Youth (Female), Workwear (Men), Workwear (Women) 
  • Linen Sub: Sheets, Blankets, Pillows, Towels, Mats 
  • Homewares: Saucepans and other kitchen utensils, Plastic wear, Kitchenware, Cutlery, Home decorations 
  • Learning and development (including sports): Stationery, Books, School bags, Water bottles, Tiffin boxes, Uniforms, School shoes, Sporting goods 


Rohini Kappadath:
AYESHA KAPPADATH:


ROHINI@SHAREBOX.ORG
0419441234
ayesha@sharebox.org